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 How to Make a Tin Can Bongo?

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How to Make Bongo Drums for a School Project?

Popularized in Latin American music, bongos are hand-played, two-drum instruments that, although simple in structure, can be used to create intricate and rhythmic beats. Bongo drum building is ofte... Read More »
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Where does the bongo drum come from?

The bongo drum comes from eastern Cuba. African slaves that arrived in Cuba had a strong appreciation for the bongo and incorporated it into musical styles such as Changüi and Son.Source:Bongomani... Read More »
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What is a bongo drum?

Bongos are a percussion instrument made up of two drums joined together. A larger drum, a hembra, is joined with a smaller drum, a macho.HistoryBongo drumming can be traced back to the late 1800s i... Read More »
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Where did bongo drums come from?

Bongo drums as we know them today originated in Cuba, although the styles of Cuban music in which they were used are rooted in African music. In the 1940s metal lugs were added to make tuning easie... Read More »
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